Re: Non-Alphabetic English
|From:||Elliott Lash <al260@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, July 23, 2002, 1:31|
In a message dated Mon, 22 Jul 2002 22:04:50 +0200, mail@HCLE.DE writes:
> phew .... since english has a rather complicated syllable structure,
> this would be pretty complex, i suppose, but worth an attempt.
> i once did a writing script for french based on syllables (and a
> conlang which should have a chinese grammar [therefore syllables] and
> sound like french), the symbol for each syllable consisting of its
> phonetic parts (-> not really based on syllables), so that je t'aime
> would be
> Z@ tEm (though i'm not sure about the ipa transcription)
> each of them being written as one symbol
actually, in contemporary French, it's pronounced: /S=tEm/ .. or something to that
effect, it's more of one syllable than two.